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“Fake News” censorship begins. Apple removes Breitbart News app from their iTunes

Now that the “fake news” false narrative have been firmly planted in the collective minds of the liberal left zombie class, liberal left champion Apple Inc., has decided to get the ball rolling on the digital book burning festivities by banning the Breitbart News app from their iTunes marketplace.

Breitbart News has been the whipping boy for the entire alt-right, “fake news” propaganda meme, conjured up to explain Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat in the US presidential elections.

Despite having been available for the last three years on iTunes, as of today there is no official Breitbart app available for Apple products. currently ranks 28th on SimilarWeb’s Top 100 U.S. Media sites, with over 168 million page views in October.

Google Play store still carries Breitbart’s Android app.


InfoWars reports on Breitbart’s social media censorship courtesy of Apple and Twitter, as the popular news site is now “the primary target for a massive, concerted effort by globalists to silence and suppress all opposition voices deemed arbitrarily as ‘fake news.'”

The war on Breitbart has increased exponentially since CEO Steve Bannon was appointed to helm Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, and even more after Bannon was announced at the White House Chief Strategist.

Twitter has refused to verify Breitbart’s account, despite the outlet’s ranking as the top political social media publisher in the world, beating its closest competitor, the Huffington Post, by nearly two million interactions.

Neither Apple or Twitter have commented on these contentious decisions.

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